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jordan is live at saint margaret of scotland church with the story. >> with his future uncertain his friends are coming to stand by him. >> when he was 14 i was 13. we met going down to chicago and ave. >> he has been a very close friend for over half a century. they were in high school together and the seminary as well. they both served chicago for most of their lives. now the archdiocese want him to move and make way for a new priest. something the father has declined to do. he says he does not have a place to go. >> i do not have a place to sleep. >>where aer you going to go? >>look for me at noon time. >> are you coming back? >> if there's one thing i can say about him he is a fighter. he has been a fighter since he was 14 years old. >>stealing 600 dollars in cash. the father was badly beaten. a new priest was in his place. friction exists between the two priests. supporters placed lea flets cars asking parents to call the archdiocese. >> this has been his home all of the ears. he would like to stay here if he could. >> cannot make any prediction. he is totally unpre
, i'm eun yang. >> and i'm richard jordan in for aaron gilchrist. welcome on this wednesday, october 10th. >>> for the first time, a national division playoff game will be held in washington. the nationals return to washington after winning the first two games in st. louis. edwin jackson, who finished off their world series run last year, will start. in case you can't make it, you can watch the game on the mlb network. >>> if you're planning on going to today's game, plan on getting to the ballpark early. several streets around the ballpark will be closing around 7:00. additional streets will close at 10:30. ddot officers will have extra officers on hand to keep things running smoothly, and trains will be running hours before the first pitch. >> it's going to be a great event. it's fantastic for the city to be hosting it, but everybody, i think, needs to have a game plan whether they're going to the game or not. they need to know how to get home tomorrow, and if there's any way to avoid this area, that's what we recommend. >> you can also get to the game on a bike. capital bike share
'll see what happens. thanks. >>> al qaeda supporters plan to attack the u.s. embassy in jordan next month. that's what a person familiar with the investigation. jurordan's intelligence agents foiled the plot. shopping malls and residential areas were also targets. they called the plan 9/11 2 but jordan says that refers to november 9 not september 11. >>> singer adele is a new mom according to "people" magazine. the british singer had a baby boy with her boyfriend. she just announced in june she was pregnant. adele recently recorded the theme song for the latest james bond movie. but a friend says she is laying low and nesting. as she should, bob. >> yeah. >> congrats to her. >> lucky baby gets sung to by her. >> my son is like, mom, no sing. adele's baby, more of it. how are you doing? >> good, natasha. good to see you that morning. >>> a cool start around the mid-atlantic states. look at this cold front right around omaha and that's some warmer air out of the south. mid-80s around dallas and oklahoma city but rain, thunderstorms are a possibility. not is severe, at least not yet. you can
.s. military sent to jordan on syria crisis." mostly this military unit is helping jordan handle the estimated at 180,000 syrian refugees who have crossed the border and are severely straining the country's resources. foreign policy is to be a topic in the debate between vice president joe biden and vice presidential candidate paul ryan. the debate begins at 9:00 p.m. eastern time on thursday, and we will read air the debate after we take your phone calls and -- we will re-air the debate after we take your phone calls and comments. up next, we will talk with frank donna kelley on campaign -- frank donatelli on campaign 2012. julie, this is not the first time that the candidates for that seat will be squaring off. there are two debates under their belts. where do things stand? guest: the first two debates in this race have been pretty it and fall, a pretty nasty the dates. pretty positive up until september. there is the ban on outside grant adds -- on outside ads. until september, there were no negative adds for either candidate as well, but over the last couple of months it has taken a trend
... >> northern illinois quarterback jordan lynch had quite a day at western michigan. first quarter...he gets the huskies on the board with the beautiful rainbow to tommy lee lewis....from 31 yard out. 7-0 niu. third quarter....its lynch on the ground. he starts to his left... then breaks a tackle and cuts back to his right...for a 20-yard touchdown run. lynch ran for two and passed for four. the huskies stay perfect in the mac: 5-and-0.....48-34 over western michigan. illinois state and head coach brock spack, on the road at the uni-dome vs northern iowa... 4th quarter...redbirds leading and looking for more. quarterback matt brown buys some times with his legs....and finds james o-shaughnessy with nobody in the same area code. a 49-yard touchdown. and isu beats northern iowa 33-21. the redbirds are 7-2. a short week but a good one for the bears. after the monday night win over detroit.....sunday comes around quickly. but they're relatively healthy...... and "rolling," as they welcome the carolina panthers to soldier field tomorrow. jay cutler bounced back from the takedown by ndomakun suh..
, i'm aingy goff. >> i'm richard jordan. the day is off to a cool start, but those temperatures may not stick around for too long. >> and a warm up on the way, let's check in with chuck bell. >> all of that is true richard and angie. the warm up begins really this afternoon, sort of the transition as our winds start to come back around to the south, and just wait until you see how nice it will be around here this upcoming week. hardly going to feel like the last week of october. still early out there, sunrise still almost an hour away. still dark outside. and chilly, 50 at national airport, but 37 in bristo, virginia pch 45 in hagerstown. no rain on the radar. temperatures today will reach mid to upper 60s. a lot of 70s in the seven-day. >> we're just hours away from the marine corp marathon. it is next sunday, nbc 4 is one of the sponsors this year and we will bring you live coverage from the race next weekend. >> we have a traffic alert for drivers in maryland, the northbound lanes of the baltimore-washington markway at west nursery road is closed. crews were trying to replace one
. >> gus: two kickers line up, nick jordan 28, and nick rose 23. this one and recovered by the mountaineers. so a two-big 12 games, they defeated baylor, 70-63 at home and with 14 seconds remaining, they are in front of texas, 48-45. >> charles: and really, what a bounce back for west virginia's defense, getting torched by baylor last week. this isn't pretty, but down the stretch, they made the plays necessary to win the football game. including a couple of fourth down stops. >> gus: the west virginia mountaineers, first year in the big 12 in their first road game in conference play. and knocking off the 11th ranked longhorns. 48-45. let's go down stairs where we have geno smith. >> geno, congratulations on your win. one second. geno, congratulations on your win, what went right? >> a number of things went right, main thing was we stuck together, it was not pretty, but we came to a tough venue, against a tough team, and closed it out. >> you did not let up once. what kept you going? >> i have a great team and great coaches and they keep me up throughout the game. i fumbled twice and had tha
's not insurmountable. >> reporter: the police chief howard jordan says he is deploying a new strategy in january to fight crime. he plans to put more officers out on the streets from thursday to sunday between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m. >> putting sufficient officers on the streets during those peak times and those peak days. >> reporter: in oakland, i'm da lin. cbs 5. >> by the way, those promoted officers will still be on patrol. and the city will have another 50 graduating from the police academy in about five months. >>> other bay area headlines, a plane crushed and killed a worker at the -- a crane crushed and killed a worker at the port of oakland today. the man was 200 feet in the air inspecting a crane when he got between a moving trolley and metal framework. a second worker on the crane wasn't hurt. this is the first serious accident in the port in five years. >>> two schools in hayward were on lockdown while police searched for two suspects who took off after a high-speed chase. this all happened near south gate and holly hill after reports of a robbery and witnesses seeing a man with a gun. p
. that is essentially equivalent to what the exit poll proclaimed although as josh jordan points out in national review the exit poll party i.d. doesn't seem to match with the actual results in the exit the poll or the actual results and he estimates that the democratic party i.d. advantage was about five points. the average poll here is showing it at 7 which is more even though everywhere are else in the country the democratic party i.d. advantage has gone away or disappeared. >> sean: can you glean anything from the air early voteing that we are seeing in ohio? you understand this state better than anybody county by county and what do you make of wisconsin, 49-all? michigan, 48-all? pennsylvania? you think those numbers are real? >> think those numbers are within range of being real. in ohio the republicans make the point that the early democrats who are voting tend to be more high propensity voters. people that voted in three of the last four elections and republicans people that are identified as republican on the basis of participation in the party primary, there is no party registration in ohio,
this morning. i'm angie gaffe. welcome to news 4 today. >> i'm richard jordan. let's go to tom. >> sandy is a huge hurricane affecting the entire eastern seaboard. you can see right around here, the center of circulation, there's an increased growth now of convectional, increased growth of thunderstorms and you can see this now beginning to really dig deep and develop. out ahead of that, way out of ahead of that, a couple hundred miles, category 1 hurricane with 75 mile per hour wones. as it comes inland as a strong post-tropical area of low pressure coming ashore anywhere between chincoteague and long island, it's a huge area. it could be coming ashore here. it looks like the timing will be after sunset on monday, perhaps around 8:00 p.m. or so, coming ashore then, then moving north of the metro area, slowly into monday night and tuesday morning. we'll have the worst wind and heaviest rain. i'll sort it out for you coming up in just a few minutes. back to you. >> thank you, tom. we're tenning to track sandy as the storm moves towards the east coast. >> danielle lee is live in cape may,
the firing of howard jordan and the chief manage error. earlier, the police department released reports regarding the shooting of alan back in may. the attorney says the reports shows the shooting was unjust. >> last words, no weapon in his hand, no weapon him at the time that the officer approached him and shot him while on the ground why did you do this? i didn't do anything. and he died. >> they want the district attorney to prosecute the officer. oakland police say the teen was shot because he was reaching for a gun. >>> hayward police officer shot and killed a suspect after he reportedly reached for a weapon while inside a stolen car. it happened yesterday near the intersection of breyer gateway and vanderbilt before 11:15 a.m. police say the officer approached the car that had been reported stolen. he asked the man to show his hands. the suspect then refused and instead reached for a weapon. prompting the officer to open fire. neighbors say it happened too close to tree view elementary school. >> it's sad, just really sad, they would do it so close to a school. >> we did lock down
ties with the sunni alignment of the sunni gulf states, egypt and jordan and the shia group of iran's syria and hezbollah was not easy especially as tension rose between the two groups. this was to be increasingly clear with the onset of the arab spring. when you look initially at russian concerns in the arab spring, it can spread to russia was efforts on the same problems as the arab states, autocratic government, widespread corruption and rising prices and indeed democracy demonstrators were shouting the revolutionary train stopped at the station in cairo, next stop moscow. the second concern, islam is my takeover and in a ending chaos and further inspire the islamists and north caucasus and increasingly and khe sanh as well. number three is oil and gas investments in the middle east could be jeopardized as well as the business and arms sales deals and number four when libya occurred, the russians i think that the major lesson purgative stained on the u.n. security council vote in the no-fly zone in bolivia thereby supporting the arab consensus and continuing the widened russian p
and send the barking dogs, but we will not relent. we believe in what congresswoman barbara jordan believed in, that what the people want is simple. they wanted america as good as its promise, and that is why we're going to continue to fight in the state for african-americans, for hispanic, for poor people, for working people and for women, and when you take all of those categories together, once folks really start to think about who's in their corner, who's been working. you know, thomas, people have a short memory. president bush had a surplus when he took office, thanks to president clinton. our president takes office, 800,000 jobs, we're losing them every single month. the president has been working hard and all he has to do is stand on his record, talk about his record and remind folks who is there to make an economy that is built to last, to build an economy from the middle out and not the top down. who doesn't have to pretend that he cares about the 47% and for women. look at the lilly ledbetter act, so the president needs to bring it to governor romney the next time they go face to
makers program. we have the chance to speak to jim jordan. and among the topics he talked about was that of libya. and the congressional investigations of the attack on the united states consulate in benghazi. he was of the oversight committee hearing this past week, in which he probed diplomatic security in libya. we will talk about that topic. but here is a bit from the news makers. >> the hearing made it clear that this quest to get to normalized security operations trumped security. politics trumped security. first of all, there are several things that stand out. it was september 11. it should be on high alert on that day. there were 230 -- security incidents as of may 13 months prior to the september 11 attacks on our consulate were the ambassador and three others were killed. 230. on the to 31, we will blamed on libya. you had repeated requests from the guys on the ground. the two guys to testify were on the ground for eight and nine months. it had been there eight and nine months. they repeatedly asked for additional help. and there were denied by people in washington, as
chief howard jordan says he wants to fire two officers, demote one, send three to counseling and training, suspend 15 officers and reprimand 23 others. meanwhile, the police association is furious, accusing the department of scapegoating officers and blames a lack of planning and putting officers in difficult positions during the protests. oakland mayor jean quan says the majority of officers obey the law and protect the city. she calls chief jordan's recommendations fair and balanced. >> because the complaints are wide ranging complaints, from covering up your badge to not having your camera on, to actually hurting somebody. so it's a wide range. >> she says the city plans to have a ruling on all complaints by october 25th, the one-year deadline required by the state. >>> new this morning, the san francisco giants are back in the bay area, getting ready for the national league championship series. [ cheers & applause ] the giants arrived at at&t ball park around 5:30 this morning after flying in from cincinnati. fans stayed up all night or got up early to greet the players a
as the stations abroad taster's nominated journalists to. they were selected by random drug. we have dave jordan from the greenville ma rket. and dave wagner from charlotte. also the topics and questions for this debate were selected after surveying members of the association of north carolina. after the candidates have provided answers, the candidate complementing first may provide an additional response up to 30 seconds in length. if any candidate exceeds that time, i will interrupt and advance our discussion. the journalists are allowed to ask follow-up questions to the candidates, if needed. our first question tonight is from dave jordan. >> both of you have talked about jobs and the economy as a top issue. you have both set forth specific plans. could you give us more detail on what exactly is that you want to do, how it you will achieve that, and how soon you think jobs can be created. >> we are going to tough times, and i have listed specific steps that i will take as governor if i am elected. the first thing we need is change the culture of government, and the attitude to make sure that
was standing in terms of putting religion on the table. i made several interventions with jordan and italy. i believe that the conversation has begun. the first cut in going forward is doing what we are doing today and putting government, religion, and politics on the table. we are planting seeds for the future. i think we have made a lot of headway with strategic of dialogue. i would hope at some point, this panel and i could travel together so it is not just of a government. the government goes with congress. i think at some point in the future we might want to go together and begin to really show them a paradigm that has not been done before. we are on our way. >> for the invitation. [laughter] >> we have a lot of questions and the time is quickly marching on. i will ask you to run around a little bit. you might want to be on the center aisle so we can capture some of these questions before we leave at noon. >> i will make it really quick. one of the elements and i think is lacking in the discussion, we talk about the u.s. government and civil society. we do not talk much about the behavio
-974-6006 tty/v. >>> good morning. i'm richard jordan. >> i'm angie goff. welcome to news 4 today, saturday, october 20th, 2012. just moments ago we were out live at the national mall. you could see the leaves blowing in the wind. >> yeah. people running so fast leaves were falling right off the trees. >> either that or the weather. >> yeah. could be. meteorologist chuck bell. >> when in doubt it's the weather. that is what everybody blames it on no matter what it is. chuck, our team didn't win. we're blaming you because it was a weather problem. outside today good-looking day. here's the view from our tower camera. there is citi cam looking back to the city. here is our tower cam review. you can tell just above the top of the cathedral there that is the edge of the cloud deck. you folks down in the chesapeake bay out to the eastern shore still bright sunshine but the sun is heading behind the mid and high level clouds and it's drifted into the washington area. temperature now 61 down at national airport and 61 in annapolis. 54 in winchester and front royal. a nice day to be outside today.
to make >>> hi everyone. good morning. i'm richard jordan. >> i'm angie goff. welcome to news 4 today. it is saturday, october 13th, 2012. >> nationals fans are hoping last night was just a bad dream. the nats jumped all over the cardinals in the beginning leading 6-0 after three innings. but the cards chipped away at the lead eventually tying it in the top of the ninth at seven. then rookie short stop pete kossma drove home two more runs to put st. louis up by two and the nats could not recover as the cardinals win, 9-7 and eliminate the nats from the playoffs. >> it was a great year. it was a lot of fun. but right now it stings a little bit. this will hurt for a couple days and then i think we'll have a chance to look back and see what we did and, you know, we should all be very proud of what we did this year. >> we did a great job. you know what? washington got what they wanted. they saw something new. and you know what? it's going to be fun for the next couple years. >> as for the cardinals, they head out west now to take on the san francisco giants in the national league champion
strike that targeted americans in jordan. sources tell cnn the u.s. embassy in amman was on their hit list along with shopping centers, diplomats, foreign nationals, all 11 suspects are said to be jordanian citizens. the plan reportedly involved using explosives, booby trapped cars, submachine guns and mortars. the suspects have described as associated with the ideology of al qaeda. >>> fidel castro is still alive. venezuelan politician says he has proof. it's a photo he says he took over the weekend. there's been speculation lately about whether castro's still with us. the former vice president of venezuela says he met the former cuban leader saturday. and he's doing very well. castro's 86, had not been seen publicly since march when he met with the pope. >>> the tsa is swapping out its x-ray scanners that many people right wing too revealing and replacing them with machines that could get you through security faster. the tsa told a news sites that it's happening in some of the busiest airports like l.a. and chicago. the scanners will show a more generic image of the body. >>> at lea
who might have been thinning and shaved and george castanza who had no hair. >> and michael jordan -- you tweeted it very early and i found myself thinking, all right, all right. go for it. go for it. >> you should just take it all off. >> it could be a ratings bonanza. we could do it on air. >> carl, you should shave my head. >> i would be up for that. >> i think we ought to do it. do it for charity. it's not like we could make a rug with it. >> you might want someone to straighten it up after i'm done. >> if they have the advantage in business, will they lose advantage in other things in life, like perhaps love? >> wait until you hear what cramer has to say about one stock in particular. find out if he's giving it a thumb's up or down. and the international director of michelin's best of the best. we'll see how we open in just a few. tridion safety celly which can withstand over three and a half tons. small in size. big on safety. which can withstand over three and a half tons. why they're always there to talk. i love you, james. don't you love me? i'm a robot. i know. i know you
of weapons that they need are the saudis and from others through jordan and others and the supply sources that they are ref receiving. so there was, there is a sense that there they are not yet getting the kinds of capabilities to go after aircraft in particular. they want shoulder fired antiaircraft weapons thats could go after syrian, the syrian airports which has been one of the important instruments of repression and one at which the small arms that free syrian army has are not appropriate again but i think this notion of that there are reports, there have been reports that the cia is working with turkish intelligence to insure that some of the weapons that are crossing from the turkish side of the border at least are not reaching the al qaeda and other jihaddist forces but it is a very difficult game. and as david's own story and piece suggest that's the pourous border. there had been before the conflict. there was vis-a-vis travel. many sir yips came to turkey to go shopping regularly and more modern malls and attract the stores there, so it is, and it remans a fairly pourous border
specialists to jordan to help deal with the estimated 18,000 syrian refugees who have flooded into the country. >>> now to this young woman so many of you i know are following here. belala is one tough young woman. this he is that 14-yearld pakistani girl, singled out on a school bus by taliban gunmen who asked about her by name, then shot her point blank. her offense, speaking out, posing a threat to the taliban by telling the world she has a right to be educated. as i said, this young woman is tough and you're about to hear from her. but first, reza sayah has an update on the effort to now save her life. >> reporter: it took three hours of surgery, but a neurosurgeon tells us he successfully removed a bullet lodged in the neck and shoulder area and he's 90% sure that she will recover. this was an attack that outraged much of pakistan throughout the day. pakistanis were trashing the taliban on social media, twitter and the newspaper, in the streets. this is a girl that many people here in pakistan know. outside of pakistan, you may not have heard of her. late last year we got a chance to sit
and efficiencies. host: jim jordan was on "newsmakers" yesterday. let's take a listen. [video clip] >> i think it will be difficult for people to vote for the most coal president in history. the infatuation of anything green. more and more information comes out -- this is the solyndra program. money was spent on 26 programs. 22 programs had junk status. it was ok to give them your tax dollars. host: you can see that on our website in its entirety. is the obama's stance on coal liability? guest: no one has paid a higher price than the people of ohio. cleveland has some of the worst air in the country. this is directly related to the coal that is being burned for electricity. a lot of people are turning to natural gas to make electricity instead of coal. has gone from being about half of our electricity to about 35%. host: this is a recent piece from the huffington post. it looks that states like west virginia. democrats need to have a different message at the presidential level. guest: senator rockefeller was talking about coal and said the coal industry needs to start telling the truth. we're
israel in the map because it's so small. it's just below lebanon, just to the left of jordan. and one of the concerns, the reasons why assad may possibly want toe export this civil war o lebanon is because damascus has spoken at great lengthuct foreign fighters and weapons crossing the border from lebanon and other places as well like turkey, but from lebanon. if you embroil lebanon in the war, you change the dynamic. it's not just assad uprising at home. >> why this general? >> he was one of the top security chiefs in lebanon, and he uncovered a plot earlier this year which implicated a pro syrian minister within the lebanese government. he's accused of collaborating with members of the syrian government to import explosives and to launch attacks inside lebanon. he's been a thorn in syria's side for many, many years. so again, if he dies, if he's taken out by the syrian authorities, we're seeing it play out now. you see the tensions heighten. the protests already on the streets of lebanon today. those who want a stern response from the lebanese, the opposition, demanding that the leb
by barbara jordan and 1990's. i think the way to describe the american immigration system is, it is enormous. it represents something like one-third of the world's total immigration into one country with 7% of the world's population. it is enormous but terribly unbalanced. it is dominated by family ties and skills based immigration is an afterthought in the current system. that is the problem you're referring to. it is also off balance as an expedient. we have a dominance now in the skills based side and a dominance of temporary migration over permanent migration. that is not healthy, and that is why we get these kind of peculiar outcomes that he was talking about. the system is enormous. needs reform. it is not that we need more immigration. it is that we need to have a better balance within the immigration system. as far as who does better, i never thought i would say this, i must say. i spent many years living in britain and they had a hopeless immigration system, i thought, very badly administered, very badly thought through. they now probably have the most thoughtful analysis of skills
jordan in the 90s this was. the way to describe the american immigration system is its enormous, represent something like a third of the world's total immigration into the one country with 7% of the worlds population. its enormous, but it's terribly unbalanced. it's dominated by family ties and skills-based immigration is an afterthought in the current system. that's the problem you're referring to. it's also a balanced in a different way, which is as an expedient led by industry actually come expedient because the system is hard to change. we have a dominant smell in the skills base side, we have a dominant of temporary migration over permanent migration. that is not healthy enough time to get these kinds of peculiar outcomes. so the system is enormous. in these reform. it's not that you need for immigration. it's such you need to have a better balance within the immigration system. as far as who does better, i never thought i would say this i must say. i spent many years living in britain and they had a hopeless immigration system i thought, very badly administered, very badly
's jordan middle school already had a student with cf before colman arrived, the district, assistant superintendent charles young told nbc news, relied on medical authorities who said a literal physical distance must be constantly maintained between cf patients. the zero risk option, young told us, was to transfer colman to another school that's three miles away. his parents home schooling their son now have gone to court to try to reverse that decision. >> why take a child who is new to the district, who is just making friends, who is just building a support network, who is getting to know and liking his teachers, who has been well his whole life, why stigmatize him? >> colman has attended two other schools with cf children. it has never been an issue, ever. >> reporter: in some other schools cf patients are kept in separate classrooms and follow other safety guidelines preventing close contact, but here's what the doctor specializes in cf told us. >> in general, we would prefer that there not be, you know, more than one cystic fibrosis patient in a school. >> reporter: there will b
, the fifth anniversary of the last al qaeda in jordan when suicide bombers targeted three hotels where many foreign diplomats stayed. >> the 45-year-old ex-marine who opened at a spa was targeting his estranged wife. three were killed but police haven't said if zena is among them. the suspected shooter was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound inside the spa. >>> boys are hitting puberty earlier. the reason why is a bit of a mystery. they say boys are showing signs six months to two years earlier than was reported in earlier research. which found puberty generally starting at 11 1/2. experts say this isn't a cause for alarm. >>> in baseball it is going the distance, the san francisco giants forcing a decisive game seven in the national league championship series with a 6-1 win over the cardinals. giants pitcher ryan vogelsong shut done the cards with nine strikeouts. game seven in san francisco. the winner will face off against the detroit tigers in the world series which starts wednesday. >>> in less than two hours we will find out if lance armstrong will lose his title. we'll have
this should do the collected works. he wrote a column. .. of course you have the airport. barbara jordan did an event in 1988. right after michael dukakis boss to the george herbert walker bush. and cronkite was great friends with george herbert walker bush, personal friends, but he was for dukakis as a liberal. he was livid that dukakis avoided the word liberal as if it was a dirty word fifth. he thought that democrats were cowards, not defending liberalism of harry truman or the kennedys or whatever, fdr. and so at a barbara jordan speech, which you can pull up one youtube, it's unbelievable to watch, i think he had a little bit of scutcheon him. [laughter] he threw his script away and said, i'm going to like in the movie network open the windows and shot it out. i am a liberal. i am for roe versus wade. i am a liberal. it was like -- and he felt good after that. [laughter] he had bottled up his own views on whether he was a liberal. he was just bobbling it up. he was living with the pressure of having to be mr. judicial and mr. center, and i equate a lot of his views on politics much like
will have a constitutional state amendment on their ballot in november. to make it jordan sweet, it will really empower unions, so potentially what happened in indiana, right to work state won't happen. my question is, boy, michigan, how well did the unions and the auto industry turn out? think gm bailout. this is shocking to me because the states that seem to be going the other way show so much more economic depth in the recovery. thoughts? >> well, first of all, you're right. the key on this question, though, to look a little bit deeper is that it is really about public employee unions because the private unions are protected by federal law, but what this question is on the ballot is basically saying that the rights of collective bargaining apply to all public employees, so let's take it one step further. what it really means is when it comes to michigan and the state government's ability to say, look, foodservice in the schools will be handled by private companies, bus transportation handled by private companies, what you're looking at is 2 to $3 billion in additional costs o
apprentice." why don't we introduce them. we've get bret michaels, claude yo jordan, gary busey, lisa renner, littlejohn, dee snider. >> right. >> look at dennis, are you? >> brandy, and we have stephen baldwin, trace atkins who has become a big monster in the music world because of trump. i want like 10%. mary lou, the greatest memory of them all and penn gillette. i can't get tickets to his shows in los angeles anymore. >> guys, welcome. good to have you here. i'm looking over the group. you're the only one who has won this thing, is that true in. >> this year is going to be insane competition, insane. the level is going to be crazy. >> why would you come back? isn't it a lose-lose situation for you? you've already won the thing >> i don't look at it like that. >> i agree with matt. >> you know, the other winners are going to be hosts with me. >> right. >> you're the only one on the show, and i was surprised you came back, but i think it's great. >> last time i was -- i was really sick, and this time i'm ready to come back, but being a lifelong diabetic, i'm ready. >> there's steven and tr
small fiscally sound government. to arkadelphia arkansas jordan gets the last word. is on her democrats line. go ahead. >> caller: okay. i think obama should win because -- [inaudible] what ron is saying is not true but it's not too. he has raised us. -- [inaudible] and ron is a scary man. i don't think he should be in office as well. i'm looking at the statistic map right now, and what he is saying is just a lie. los.. [inaudible conversations] >> ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon. i am dan glickman here at the aspen institute as vice president and i run the congressional program. it's a great honor to have you here and these great folks here on behalf of the washington ideas around a table series of the aspen institute and the mashaal smith and robert h. smith foundation. we thank you for being here. a lot of us are very interested in the politics of the last couple of weeks. as an old politician myself and i see some old politicians up front. there's congressman and ambassador tim roemer, senate johnson, and i know that there are others as well anyway. so we appreciate folks being
sure jim is reelected. jim jordan, bob gibbs are here. and i want to be the senior senator from ohio. we need josh mandel in ohio. we need him now. you know, president obama -- over the last four years has made a lot of decisions. some of them, he siad would result in new jobs that haven't happened. he said he'd cut the deficit. it hasn't happened. we have someone who is running for president who knows how to bring back jobs. he has the experience. he has the experience and the record nd he knows how to work with democrats and repubicansbls and that's why we need mitt romney to fix what's broken and bring back the american dream. i see a uaw member here in front of me. i will talk autos in a way that is straight talk. obama said a few things that, as he said, were "whoppers." he said, you wanted to take those companies through ban kruptcy. it was obama who took gm and chrysler through bankruptcy. it was mitt romney who did provide for loan guarantees. every fact-checker who looked has said that barack obama was wrong and was not telling the truth. this is what is most important, with
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